£2 million project promises new paving and lighting for St Ann's Road

An artist's impression of St Ann's Road after the £2million paving and lighting work

An artist's impression of St Ann's Road after the £2million paving and lighting work

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Preparation for the revamp of St Ann’s Road began last week with the removal of 14 trees as part of the plans to improve the town centre.

The trees will be replaced with 20 trees as part of the £2 million project due to be completed in November.

Renovations begin on March 4 and promise new paving and lighting.

Empty planters and the unused police kiosk will be removed, and the number of BT phone booths will be reduced as part of plans the council says will create a cleaner and more open space.

The project is partly funded by Harrow Borough council and partly by the Mayor of London.

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11:41am Wed 13 Feb 13

SeaBee says...

How much have the council set aside to provide manned gates to keep the great unwashed out of the centre?
How much have the council set aside to provide manned gates to keep the great unwashed out of the centre? SeaBee
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